Gorgeous island getaway + San Blas tour + Meals

Entire cabin hosted by Michael

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Located on one of the most scenic islands in San Blas, in the heart of the Lemon Cays, Isla Yansailadup will guarantee unforgettable memories. The main building features private bedrooms with ocean views. Bathrooms and showers are shared and a short walk away from your door.

The space
The island restaurant features gorgeous views of the ocean with spectacular sunsets. Breakfasts consist of fresh fruit and "Ojaldre", a tasty fried bread, similar to a doughnut without sugar. Lunch and Dinner meals consist of a choice of fresh fish or chicken with rice and salad. Vegetarian options are available.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Beach view
Ocean view
Smoking allowed
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

3 nights in San Blas Islands

Mar 11, 2021 - Mar 14, 2021

2 reviews

Where you’ll be

San Blas Islands, Guna Yala Comarca, Panama

This island is located about 35 minutes away from the main port and is in our opinion one of the most versatile islands in San Blas. Featuring gorgeous white sand beaches, ocean hammocks, SUP rentals, newly built cabins and an excellent island chef preparing fresh meals.

In the heart of the Lemon Keys, the island is surrounded by little islands and attractions, such as the Natural Pool right in front of its shores which can also be explored by SUP board or the island lancha boat.

The island restaurant features gorgeous views of the ocean with spectacular sunsets. Breakfasts consist of fresh fruit and "Ojaldre", a tasty fried bread, similar to a doughnut without sugar. Lunch and Dinner meals consist of a choice of fresh fish or chicken with rice and salad. Vegetarian options are available.

IMPORTANT SAN BLAS DISCLAIMER - PLEASE READ!

While San Blas is a beautiful island archipelago with stunning beaches and clear waters, it also has its downsides, for which we would like to make you aware off.

San Blas is very rustic without the amenities and standards you might be used to from home. Compared to places such as Tahiti and Maldives that are managed by international hotel chains, San Blas has remained autonomous without the influence of outsiders. When visiting San Blas, it should be viewed as a cultural experience where guests live with the Kunas and respect their traditions and ways of living.
No aircondition
No Wifi
No luxury facilities
Electricity only available between 6pm and 6am
Water is a precious commodity in San Blas. It is either brought in by boat or pumped from the island well. Oftentimes pumps can malfunction and cause water outages.
Beds and mattresses can be uncomfortable

All services will all be handled by the indigenous Kuna. While Tao Travel 365 strives to provide the best service possible and train the Kuna in customer management, some of the below services are often out of our control.
Car transportation (the ride to San Blas takes 2.5 to 3 hours, with 1.5 hours over slow, curvy roads with potholes. For those with motion sickness, please prepare accordingly)
Boat transportation (depending on weather and ocean conditions, the 20-40 minute boat ride might be bumpy and wet with ocean spray).
Island cabin management (cabins are very rustic and facilities, such as showers and bathrooms are often “home-made” with PVC pipes. Some guests have complained that sheets are old).
Island kitchen (meal plans are repetitive and food might taste bland)

Trash is a worldwide problem and unfortunately San Blas has not been spared from the ever increasing issue. During certain tides and ocean and wind conditions plastic trash from throughout the Caribbean ocean accumulates on the beaches of San Blas. While the local Kuna are working hard to collect the constant trash washing up on their beaches, guests will nevertheless find evidence of plastic spread out on the island.

During the wet months (April - December) or during windless days, all of San Blas experiences sandflies, which are little blood-sucking flies that leave itchy marks. Please ensure to bring natural insect repellent and prepare to return to Panama City with a few itchy memories.


We kindly ask our guests to lower their expectation when visiting San Blas and to focus on the beautiful paradise that San Blas has remained despite the effects that modern society has ceased to them. The Kunas are very gentle and kind people, but can also be somewhat shy at times. When approaching them with a smile and an open heart you will be guaranteed an innocent, happy smile in return.

Hosted by Michael

  1. Joined in June 2015
  • 50 Reviews
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I am traveling the world on my sailboat Kailani and would love to share the adventures and beauties of my travels with my guests bringing them close to nature and giving them an unforgettable experience in parts of the world that are still raw, unspoiled and pristine.

I am German/American and love to live every day to its fullest and meet people from different backgrounds. I am looking forward to hosting you
I am traveling the world on my sailboat Kailani and would love to share the adventures and beauties of my travels with my guests bringing them close to nature and giving them an un…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 10:00 AM
Checkout: 8:00 AM
No pets
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water

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